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Personality diversity & Types

4 types of Personality Diversity

Introduction

In this short article, we can learn 4 types of personality diversity and we can also find which diversity we can apply in our life and which one is better to be an introvert, extrovert, “Ambivert” and “Omnivert”.

Personality diversity & Types

There are two kinds of personality in this world. One is introverted, the other is extroverted. Again, we often see people with personalities who are both introverted and extroverted. People with this kind of personality are called “Ambivert” and an Omnivert is someone who displays classic traits of both introverts and extroverts, in specific situations.

What an introvert person is like:

An introvert person is often thought of as a quiet, self-contained, and thoughtful individual. They are very quiet by nature. They don’t try to know about social reality. Being an introvert is often considered weak. They aren’t quite as good as the extroverts out there, who just seem to breeze through life. Nothing should stop an introvert from getting where they want to in life, even if they don’t sell themselves as a born leader. People easily confuse the words shy and introverted. There are four types of introversion- social, thinking, anxious, and restrained. An introvert person never shares his feelings with others, when they fall in love then they share their feeling with someone special. No Surprisingly an introvert person flirting like a polite style. They felt very shy; if they are dating someone, they try to understand the person slowly. Introverts don’t express their feelings. They rarely become angry and we can see their feelings in their face.

What an extrovert person is like:

Most people believe that an extrovert is a person who is friendly and outgoing. While that may be true, that is not the full meaning of extroversion. An extrovert is a person who is energized by being around other people. This is the opposite of an introvert who is energized by being alone. On the positive side, extroverts are often described as talkative, sociable, action-oriented, enthusiastic, friendly, and out-going. On the negative side, they are sometimes described as attention-seeking, easily distracted, and unable to spend time alone.

A person can be introvert and extrovert both (Ambiverts): 

A person who has the ability to act both introvert and extrovert is called Ambivert. An ambivert is someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion and can flip into either depending on their mood, context, and goals. Ambiverts have also been called: Outgoing introverts: An introvert who can be outgoing in certain situations, around certain people, or when they absolutely need to.

Omnivert:

A person who can change his characteristics when he needs to act like an introvert or extrovert is called Omnivert. A person would either an introvert or an extrovert. An Omnivert is someone who displays classic traits of both introverts and extroverts, in specific situations. I am an Omnivert because I can change myself in any situation as an introvert or an extrovert. It depends on the situation when I would be an extrovert or an introvert.

Conclusion

Whether you’re an introvert yourself or an extrovert who loves or works with one, I hope you’ll benefit personally from the insights in this article.

Author:

Ericsson peris

Notre dame university Bangladesh

Department of English

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